I'm glad you like it! Thanks Cheers
Backyard Guardian: Steel Drum Fire Pit
Hi, thank you for your comments.point 3) Yes. Forstner bit and 3D printer are totally optional. There are a variety of keyhole hangers, most of them metallic, that can be obtained and attached to the back of the frame. The traditional wire system can also be used.Cheers.
:-) Thanks! That is what I love about art, how many expressions and styles can make it renew itself.
I'm glad you liked it! Thanks
VW Mini Bus Model From Cardboard Box
Thanks for your comment! the text is already corrected. Greetings.
I really enjoyed doing it! :) I really appreciate your feedback. Cheers.
Thank you very much for your comment! I myself was amazed at what we can do with disused items! Greetings
I'm glad you like it! Thanks
Thanks for your comment! cheers..
I'm glad you like it! thanks
Bottle Caps Pop ArtView Instructable »
I am very grateful for your comment!
Thank you for your kind comment!
The Micro Scope | a Miniture GOTO Telescope.
Excellent project! I love your design and the tutorial!
Constellation Map Lamp
One Hour Workbench
Hi there! I am very happy to see your work done! It's great and I love the stand alternative to support it on a table or on the floor. Thanks for sharing! cfb70
That was my feeling when I saw it installed on the wall and took a couple of photos. Thank you very much for your comment!
Thank you very much for commenting!!
Hi María! Thank you very much for greeting! I loved how you used TinFoil for your artwork !! cheers
Hi! Your idea is very good, I would like to do a test on a smaller piece. In favor of the original stencil design, it could be made with a CNC or a laser cutting machine, avoiding 4/5 hours of 3d printing and reducing them to 30/50 minutes.Thank you very much for your comments and contribution! cheers.
Excellent project to recreate in technical colleges and even in the university ! Thanks for sharing
Excellent project to recreate in technical colleges and even in university settings!
Phonograph - Sound Recorder/player on Tinfoil
I really liked the idea of recreating this great invention of humanity today in a simple way!
Very original ! I loved it.
Tinfoil Crochet Lampshade
Upcycled Tin Foil Flowers
Thanks! I'm glad you like it.
Thank you very much for your comment! If it works to do "embossing" with vacuum it would be faster than manually as I did, but it would lose the artisanal and how beautiful it is to do it. Cheers
Thank you! :) I did a first test in a smaller size and I loved it. It surprised me again when I finished in the final size !!Cheers
Thanks a lot!
Thanks you !!
Hi! Thanks for comment !
Thanks a lot ! I enjoyed doing it!
Thank you ! I'm glad you like it!
Tinfoil Embossed ArtworkView Instructable »
Automatic Bed Lighting
The dimensions of the plastic part were designed in such a way that due to friction when it is fixed in place the plastic part does not move. But your idea of magnets is also good. Thanks for commenting!
Hi ! Thank you very much for your comment and suggestion. Is true. As I mentioned below to other users, registration marks could be made on the wood so that the plastic piece fits in each number. Cheers !
Thank you very much for your comment. I'm especially glad that you like my creative process. I really enjoyed this project. I love working in 3d, but it was a huge challenge working with cork, plywood and wire.Cheers !!
DrumCube, an Arduino Robot Drummer
Thank yoooouuuuuu!!! :)
Hi. Thanks a lot ! Cheers
Hi Jim, I'm glad AI (adobe illustrator) files work ok. Good to know that you will build the project with good wood. TIP: As the exact dimensions of the CNC cut depend on several factors, I suggest you do a test for the fit between the two woods, in order to fine-tune the dimensions to avoid having to add filler material or sand too much (see photo of an initial test that I did (two woods smaller than the complete design).Regarding Cryptic Calendar, thank you for your suggestions with this alternative technical (video).I encourage you to build it too.Cheers.PS: How curious the turkeys fighting near your house! jajaja
CNC Shapeoko are awesome. Yes...I would like to see your photos of the work in progress you are doing. PS: nice bear in the driveway :)
Plastic Brick Compressor
Hi.. I'm glad you liked it! The CNC I use was created as an instructable by Nikoderm Bartnik. Follow this link: https://www.instructables.com/DIY-3D-Printed-Dremel-CNC/ and also a particular Facebook group: https://m.facebook.com/groups/335572240572807/Cheers !
Very strange ... The files were created with Aspire 64 bits version 9.5 for windows. As I mentioned above, I think the option to create a new ASPIRE file by importing DXF or AI files will be a good option.PS: Let me mention your amazing and fantastic photography work: https://jiminashland.jalbum.net/. Each take is better than another. Thank you very much for sharing it and greetings for that beautiful place in USA !
Hi ! Thank you very much for your words and suggestion! Cheers
Yes ! you're right ! Automaton is singular and Automata is plural. Thank you very much for clarifying. Cheers !
Business Gun-Card - Rubber Band Gun
Hi ! Good that you like them! I encourage you to do the project! Cheers
Thank you very much for commenting on my project, for your vote and also for all the useful links you have sent! Automata on paper are very good :) greetings
Yes. You're right..Also to add:In addition to the notable difference in timbre between the bandoneon and the accordion and other free-reed instruments, the bandoneon uses buttons instead of keys, which is why we speak of keypads instead of keyboards. ... The bandoneon must be played with a bit of anger, violence. The origin of this type of instrument was in Germany and there it is called an accordion. In Latin America (Brazil, Argentina) the bandoneon became popular. First photo accordion, second photo Bandoneon.
Hi @Twintop87, originally the piece had been built of wood, but it slid. It occurred to me to make it 3D printed with dimensions adjusted so that the part would hold. If you still have a problem when printed, you can follow the suggestions by @malijai: or further reduce the size of the piece or generate registration lines on the upper edge of the wood. Good Luck! When you finish it I would love to see your photo below! Cheers
I'm glad you like it! It's fun to turn the crank and imagine that the musicians have a “certain” life.. 😀cheers !
Yes !! that's a very good idea! thanks for comment !
"TANGO" THE PLYWOOD AUTOMATA
Thank you! You're welcome.. cheers :)
Thanks! I agree with you. It is one of the most fun parts of doing this project together with the violin ! cheers.
"TANGO" THE PLYWOOD AUTOMATAView Instructable »
ROUTE 66 GLAZED COOKIES
Congrats for the Grand Prize !! 👏🏻👏🏻
Make MDF Look Like Ceramic
Yes of course. I can help you!. But first I need to know what is the specific problem you have to solve. I imagine that you have printed the piece, and for some reason the piece does not get to do the problem of deciphering each number. Differences in dimensions perhaps? Just mention it in the greatest degree of detail right here and we will try to find a solution. I am sending you some plans with dimensions of the secret piece and measurements.
This is the magic of collaborative work! See how two projects can be inspiration for a third! Very good work! I am happy to see this instructable done. Thanks for sharing it with the community.
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Half Square Triangles Kinetic Art
Thank you very much for your comments and suggestions. Some considerations: the secret piece remains fixed by friction. The day numbers start at the top from 1 to 16 on the left loop and from 17 to 31 on the right side, only by sliding down the secret piece "appears" the next day number. My design has tried to be as minimalist as possible, but for greater comfort it would be possible to make a registration system proposed by one of you like the one attached in the photo (it is only a draft sketch). A greeting.